Day Habilitation professional with a Master's degree in Education looking to help individuals with disabilities to achieve their individual goals by working with their unique strengths.
Lead groups of special needs clients in a day habilitation program without walls. Communicate effectively, including active listening, with consumers, families and residential staff. Manage the individual needs of clients. Facilitate recreational activities with consumers. Supervise duties at volunteer sites in the community. Instruct participants in reading, cooking, French and math. Assist consumers to achieve ISP goals. Write reports on daily and monthly progress. Transport participants to and from homes and activity sites safely and in a timely manner. Complete administrative paperwork.
Taught students at all grade levels, specializing in high school and middle school and including students with special needs. Substituted in diverse content areas. Long-term substitute for French language. Created lesson plans or implemented plans of permanent teacher. Instructed students. Managed classroom behavior. Monitored and evaluated student progress. Communicated with parents. Utilized classroom technology, i.e. computers and smartboards and integrated technology into lessons.
Taught French to students from prekindergarten to grade eight. Created curriculum, planned and presented stimulating lessons designed to meet the specific needs of individual students. Wrote tests and evaluated student progress. Administered NYS exams. Communicated frequently with parents. Was available after school daily to tutor and assist students. Held francophone cultural events. Integrated the use of technology into lessons.
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